Tie-Down Violation – Twist and Shout?

A whole lotta twistin’ going on! None of these straps are performing to their utmost potential. Without a safety latch, the open-style hooks can come detached with the slightest loss in tension. Routing straps around other straps does not make a proper anchor...

Tie-Down Violation – Nothing to BOWst About

All wrapped up with a bow on top but doubtful it’ll look that way at the final destination. This gives new meaning to the phrase “tie” down. Routing unprotected webbing directly through a wheel could lead to cuts. Tying a knot wit excess webbing not...

Tie-Down Violation – Looking too Sharp

This tie-down violation is SHARP but not in a good way. The vehicle bumper is sharp. The edges of the aluminum storage box are sharp. We are not sure what the assumed non-safety-style hook is attached to underneath the trailer. A more logical attachment point would be...

Tie-Down Violation – Too Close for Comfort

This boy didn’t stand a chance. Routing the 2″ webbing at the front around the chassis and through itself reduces the overall strength of the strap. Plus, the open-style hooks will detach with the slightest loss in tension. The 1″ utility-style strap...

Tie-Down Violation – Too Many Usless Straps

All of the various straps are wrapped around everything except what they should be wrapped around. They are also underrated and not strong enough to hold the vehicle weight in an extreme stopping situation. Seems that the trailer rail may be the only thing keeping the...

Tie Down Violation – Yellow Beetle

This photo is complements of long-time Mac’s customer, Tom R. Not sure anything really needs to be said. A complete failure. Keep your head on a swivel when on the road and be safe out there. Our Solution: Mac’s Ultra Pack Any Mac’s pack with axle...